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06/22/2007

Gay history: 'Stranger' than fiction

by Jeremy Hooper

As gay pride month enters into its peak weekend, Seattle's The Stranger newspaper has compiled a sort of queer history (or herstory) text book, wherein various LGBT writers have each taken a post-Steonewall year and explored a key issue associated with that date. From Jesse Helms to ACT-UP, right into the modern almost-post-Bush era, the paper is counting down the years like a queer Dick Clark. Check it out:

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Homo History [The Stranger]

As for anti-gay history -- well, we have take it upon ourselves to compile that guide. Here, check it out:

Anti-Hostory

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